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In this talk I'll share experiences gained from building a workflow management application for a biomedical lab on top of the [OSGi module system] and the [Eclipse Rich Client Platform].
We'll talk about:
- What using OSGi and Eclipse RCP promises (and what it delivered).
- The relationship between Eclipse RCP and OSGi (and how to integrate other tools such as Spring and Hibernate).
- Building, testing and deploying such applications.
- How cost-effective sequencing of immune regions on our genome is revolutionizing medicine.
PRESENTER: Eric Jain
Eric Jain has been developing software in the field of bioinformatics for ten years, most recently at Scisco Genetics Inc, a Seattle-based startup affiliated with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.